Hyper by Sanho Corporation is, of course, the company behind a string of successfully funded crowdfunded campaigns including the HyperDrive GEN2, HyperJuice, – just to name a few.
I am not sure what kind of voodoo the company uses, but somehow every time the company put something to be crowdfunded it is almost always well received. The Hyper Triple 4K Display Dock for MacBook Pro is no different.
The fixed goal campaign has 28 days to go, but already it has received over US$200K in funding from over 1,200 backers. In other words, the product is a go.
In addition to supporting up to three 4K60Hz extended displays for MacBook Pro 2016-2021 through the 4K60Hz DisplayPort, the Hyper Triple 4K Display Dock for MacBook Pro is also a USB-C dock/hub.
All told it has up to 15 ports, including up to THREE 4K60Hz HDMI, a Gigabit Ethernet port, three USB-C ports (including a 100W PD port), three USB-A ports, a microSD, and an SD card slot.
It is almost like the INVZI, except that it does not magnetically attach to the MacBook Pro and does not have a removable SSD. But it does support multiple external monitors.
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All images courtesy of Hyper Products Inc.